The world of commercial insurance remains a dark place, despite the promise of sunshine and warm summer nights. The latest Acturis Premium Index showed an overall flat market, with experts stating they do not expect any change in the near future
Brokers are confident they will weather the storms presented by more consolidation, uncertainty over the EU referendum, the rise of cyber insurance and an increasingly litigious market place
Trend of flat or falling first quarter premiums continues for fifth year.
COR and pre-tax profit both improve.
Research states that business volumes grew “at a solid pace” in the quarter to March.
The Spring 2016 Sentiment Survey is now open for brokers to get their opinions heard.
Fears abound over the likelihood of another global downturn and many economic and financial indices paint a less than promising picture. The Acturis commercial lines indices for the fourth quarter of 2015 also raises some concerns when compared to the…
Networks are becoming increasingly popular amongst brokers, but what are the advantages and pitfalls of joining up? Research by Insurance Age reveals the state of the market
The private car insurance market has been on a mild roller-coaster ride over the last 12 months, according to the Average Premium Index from SSP.
CBI/PwC survey reveals that business volumes increased in the last quarter of 2015 and are set for “robust growth” over next three months.
As winter approaches, the world of commercial insurance has already experienced a relatively cold and dark period.
Ageas broker distribution director Chris Dobson talks through the results with an eye on consolidation and insurer M&A, regulation and schemes.
One of the strongest messages to come out of the latest Ageas-sponsored Sentiment Survey is the immense opportunities brokers see in schemes business. I have to confess this is music to my ears.
The market for agricultural and farm insurance has been relatively flat over the last 12 months, according to the Average Premium Index from SSP.
Ageas broker distribution director, Chris Dobson talks to Insurance Age commissioning editor Siân Barton about IPT, renewal premiums and broker numbers.
The last twelve months have been relatively flat for the holiday homes insurance market for properties within the United Kingdom, judging by the latest statistics from SSP.
The Acturis indices for the second quarter of 2015 have revealed a calm period that saw most lines staying relatively flat. However there was still plenty to debate for our experts with four indices moving downwards and three of them moving slightly…
The combined liability market has had a tough year with several steep falls and only a few peaks upwards, judging by the latest statistics from SSP.
The first Sentiment Survey of 2015 is out now. Here Ageas CEO for insurance, François-Xavier Boisseau, exclusively shares his views on the results.
As Britain looks forward to possible change brought by the 2015 election, whether by means of a new leading party, a new coalition or simply new policies, I began to consider which views expressed by brokers in the Sentiment Survey are changing and which…
Take a sneak peek at our first Sentiment Survey of 2015 with Ageas CEO for insurance, François-Xavier Boisseau.
Only 6% of employees in the insurance sector received pay rises in 2014.
EY survey shows consumers place more trust in banks and drug companies with just 7% having complete trust in their provider.
Brokers have mixed opinions on insurers, but many wish the providers cared more about building relationships.